Adam Putnam is glad to be back in Florida. Or so he told members and guests Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Rotary of Bartow weekly luncheon. Part of the reason for that said the former member of the House of Representatives and current Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, is gridlock.
“I think there are very few things, if any, getting done in Congress,” said Putnam. Following a recent visit to the nation’s Capitol, where he met up with former associates, many of them, he said, confided how unhappy they are, all of it attributed to the lack of cooperation between Democrats and Republicans.
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